The Launch of Standards for Technological and Engineering Literacy

Standards for Technological and Engineering Literacy (STEL), released in July 2020, provides an up-to-date road map for classroom teachers, district supervisors, administrators, states, and curriculum developers to promote technology and engineering education from Pre-K through twelfth grade.

This STEMinar will unpack these standards for elementary, secondary, and college/university educators to better understand and use STEL to support their curriculum and lessons. 

This professional learning STEMinar will provide an overview of the core standards and technology and engineering practices as they can be applied within the various technology and engineerin contexts. Examples of how to connect STEL to your program will be shared.

The STEMinar will be presented by members of the STEL Revision Leadership Team:

Thomas Loveland, Ph.D., DTE
Professor at University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Director of the Technology Education Graduate Studies Program.

Marie Hoepfl, Ed.D.
Professor and Associate Dean at Appalachian State University

Philip A. Reed, Ph.D., DTE
Professor of Technology Education at Old Dominion University.
2020-2021 President of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA).

Steven A. Barbato, DTE
Executive Director/CEO of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA).